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Medici and Chianti Wine: the new Medici Family Museum in Florence!
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Medici and Chianti Wine: the new Medici Family Museum in Florence!

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  • Tickets entry
  • Appetizer and Chianti Wine
  • Expert guide about Family Dynasty
  • Entry/Admission - Museo de' Medici


Start:
  • Piazza della SS. Annunziata, P.za della SS. Annunziata, Firenze FI, Italy
    Piazza SS Annunziata Statua Equestre di Ferdinando I de’ Medici
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Near public transportation
    • Infants must sit on laps
    • Infant seats available
    • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 35344P59

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    • You'll start at
      Piazza della SS. Annunziata
      P.za della SS. Annunziata, Firenze FI, Italy
      Piazza SS Annunziata Statua Equestre di Ferdinando I de’ Medici
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      Museo de' Medici
      Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included
      New museum about Medici Dynasty
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    • You'll return to the starting point
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    • Florence Tours by Made of Tuscany
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    • gregoryl920
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      Made of Tuscany Ruined our Vacation
      This company ruined our Tuscan vacation. I booked for 4 people e and arrived at the meeting spot a half hour early. No one had us on their list. I asked the people in pink shirts and blue shirts at the check in, I asked every bus driver, no one had our name and none of them had ever heard of Made in Tuscany. When I finally got through to the office to ask what had happened ( the office called me back after all the buses had left and we were there alone),the woman on the phone hung upon me. The reason we came to Tuscany was to visit Seina, Chianti and San Gimignano. We were leaving the area the next day so couldn't book another tour. We were devastated. The company said they would refund my $360 but that didn't make up for the fact we didn't visit the areas we came for. The company then blamed it on someone else, they said they had contracted withanother carrier ( they never told me) and the carrier's system dropped our names. They never took responsibility. We brought my niece and nephew and this company ruined a $9k trip and the memories we hoped to make. There are plenty of tour companies, DO NOT USE THIS ONE! Read less
      Written April 24, 2024
    • rozn933
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      Beware!
      Beware! I purchased tickets on this site. The money was taken from my account immediately, yet I have never received confirmation. I have chased and chased and just get ignored. Lesson learnt 🤬
      Written February 11, 2024
    • ElianeSiuffi
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Unforgettable
      The best placenta to visit in Firenze, even better than Ufizzi. Don't miss The opportinity to explore the gardens.
      Written December 31, 2023
    • noushins519
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      An amazing tour in Florence!
      Elenora was very thorough and very informative. She was super knowledgeable, very mild mannered and answered all our questions. We enjoyed it tremendously!
      Written November 2, 2023
    • GoingGuide
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Amazing hidden gem of fabulous frescoes
      A must-do place to visit while in Florence. This amazing religious estate offers a taste of life for Dominican friars but, more impressively, a wide range of amazing fresco paintings in their dormitories, of which a large number are by Fra Angelico (15th century). To really appreciate the skills and time put into these pieces, you really must visit the Church and the dormitories. In addition, there are lots of other unique historical treasures, including 15th-century manuscripts used for music. A must-do place to visit.
      Written October 27, 2023
    • confusedAussie
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      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Not what I expected
      If you have plenty of time and are into walking on gravel and up hills do visit. I stupidly thought it was a garden not just trees and statues.. Seem to take forever just to exit.
      Written October 21, 2023
    • BigTom19
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      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Not a wine tour
      Not a wine tour, it is a walking tour of sights with a stop at a wine shop at the end! You also have to drink the wine at this location in a plastic glass. If you are looking for a wine tour ie tasting wine at different locations then this is not the one be warned.
      Written October 10, 2023
    • williamlH9445ZD
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Just average
      Vanessia was very knowledgable but went too fast and was hard to understand when she wore her mask.
      Written October 2, 2023
    • IreneR1392
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Beautiful experience!!!
      Wonderful experience that we would do again immediately! And the guide was very knowledgeable and kind
      Written September 29, 2023
    • IreneR1392
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Special visit in Florence
      Our guide was very kind and polite. The view from the Dome is stunning! Very recommended and teaching experience
      Written September 21, 2023
    • 315alview
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Medicis departed in Mannerist glory.
      Architecturally, in this case more is more. Today's billionaires couldn't do better. This is an excellent example of Michaelangelo's mannerism, the style that followed Brunelleschi's more restrained interpretation of Roman architecture. The surprise was that in the side room, good old Lorenzo the Magnificent had a modest sarcophagus decorated with unfinished works by Michaelangelo. His descendants were treated better. Mike left for better opportunities in Rome before the work was finished. His design for the grand chapel wasn't constructed until much later. We couldn't get skip the line tickets ahead of time but there were only six people in line when we got there in mid-morning.
      Written September 11, 2023
    • Rick d
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      Don’t book if you expect facts and highlights from the book. Great historical tour (but our second).
      Please be aware when you want to book this tour! It’s not at all what they promise. Despite a very professional tour guide and visiting some beautiful historical places… It had almost NOTHING to do with the novel or the movie. We had a history tour the day before and this didn’t ad any value on top of that. I normally don’t post comments like this and try to solve this with the touroperator. But they take days to respond and don’t acknowledge the fact that maybe 5% of the tour is about the book/novel.
      Written August 3, 2023
    • Paul G
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      Avoid
      The tour only took us to Palazzo Vechio and when we were supposed to go forward on the footsteps of Robert Langdon the guide told us that there are only 10 mins left and we don't have time. She lost a lot of time in every room of the Palace and we had 1 tourist who didn't know English so we had to wait on every explanation for the Spanish translation as well.
      Written July 15, 2023
    • Leisa O
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Fascinating tour in beautiful surrounds
      As lovers of Dan Brown’s Inferno, it was fascinating to see the real life scene of the book and movie. Eleanor was very knowledgeable about the history of the Palazzo Vecchio and the Medici family, and the works and life of Dante Alghieri. We thoroughly enjoyed this walking tour as our introduction to Florence.
      Written June 19, 2023
    • Katherine B
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      Excellent day with a knowledgeable guide
      We had a spectacular day of exploring Florence’s art with Cristina. The galleries were predictably crowded, but Cristina made it feel very intimate and special to check out all the big highlights and learn about the evolution of Florentine art through her incredible depth of knowledge. We would’ve missed a lot of the cool insights and special elements of the paintings, especially, if we didn’t have her as a guide. Definitely worthwhile to ensure you get some true grounding in the museums and study some of the masterpieces — otherwise it would just be too overwhelming! The David was a true highlight for us, as were the Botticelli works at the Uffizi.
      Written June 18, 2023
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    Alessandro G
    Florence, Italy2 contributions
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    Sep 2019
    Un'esperienza culturale di notevole spessore nonché una scoperta eccezionale di curiosità e dettagli della storia della famiglia dei Medici. L'Italia ha avuto molte famiglie potenti ma i Medici sono una di quelle che hanno lasciato forse uno dei segni più importanti nella storia; il museo è quindi un'ottima opportunità per chi vuole conoscere a fondo i successi di questa grandiosa famiglia e scoprire anche i perché della sua fine.

    Una delle curiosità più intriganti è la storia del tentativo coloniale del Gran Ducato di Toscana, un'impresa che doveva portare ai toscani una colonia in Sudamerica, nell'attuale Guyana francese, guidata dall'ambizioso Ferdinando I de' Medici.

    Da visitare assolutamente con amici e famiglia, il personale è estremamente qualificato e il museo ospita addirittura degustazioni di vini e concerti di musica classica.
    Written September 15, 2019
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    Oliver K
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    Aug 2022 • Couples
    Zu klein und zu wenig Exponate und Informationen, nicht alle Generationen der Medici beginnend vom Gründer Giovanni werden beleuchtet. Der Museumsname weckt daher komplett falsche Erwartungen und enttäuscht daher jemanden der sich über die gesamte Familie Geschichte informieren möchte. Bei einem Museum über die Geschichte der Medici( so betitelt sich dieses Museum) erwartet der Besucher mE zu Recht, das man über die komplette Dynastie gut informiert wird, ausser einem Stammbaum in einem kurzen Film gibt es aber dort nix.
    Written August 3, 2022
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